Porsche Canada reports total sales of almost 5,000 units in 2014


Porsche Cars Canada said its December sales performance of 362 units helped push the annual total to nearly 5,000 units making it the fifth best year in a row for the luxury line.

In all, Porsche sold 4,933 new vehicles in Canada in 2014. That is a one-third increase over 2013.

“These numbers underscore the hard work that has been achieved by the Porsche Centres and Porsche Canada employees across the country, making 2014 a banner year for our brand,” said Alexander Pollich, president and CEO of Porsche Cars Canada.

“From the successful launch of our all-new Macan compact SUV and new generation of the Cayenne to the opening of a sixteenth point, we are very proud to look back at the major achievements during 2014 and continue laying the groundwork for another successful year in 2015.”

During 2014, sales of the 911 passed the 800-unit threshold for the first time in a full calendar year.

Cayman and Panamera models also saw increases during the period, and the new Macan registered 1,223 units since its May launch.

Porsche’s pre-owned vehicle sales in December witnessed 76 deliveries in December, rounding out the year with 1,112 units, another first.